Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services
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About the company

  • CEO
    Sean Cantelon
  • Founded
    1996
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 17 reviews and is evolving.

5.0020173.7520193.672020

Reviews

Rather not say in Ottawa, ON
on 28 November 2019
Great people to work with
This was a great company to work for but it seems that since I have left, they have moved away from the belief that software engineering is their future. Also, management doesn't seem to share information too well, in terms of where the company is going.
Casual Part time kiosk attendant in Cold Lake, AB
on 9 August 2020
Great organization
I worked as casual part time kiosk attendant at JJ Parr and I get along well with my colleagues and supervisor. Great place to work. The facility us a bit dated but we all got along
Life guard and swim instructor in Kingston, ON
on 5 August 2020
Amazing
Overall I had a great time working at the pool. The staff were all very welcoming and helpful. When teaching and guarding everyone that came in was very respectful.
Sports Coordinator in Kingston, ON
on 28 April 2020
Old Boys Club
Double standards, dictator type management, assigned tasks outside scope of position, no compensation for overtime, mandatory professional development expected to be done on your own time, female workers held to a higher standard than their male counterparts.
Staff in Edmonton
on 7 November 2019
poor culture and poor mgmt team
very poor management and poor culture. Organization is trying to be entrepreneurial but is too tied to DND thinking and doing. No room for advancement, poor salary for managers, managers not able to think for themselves very directed by higher level managers.

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How do you handle a situation if you saw another employee stealing? What kinds of qualities do you have to handle customers who are becoming intoxicated? Is your schedule flexible? They will perform a confidential employment check through a 3rd party HR company and compare it to your resume. Watch their non-verbal body language when in the interview, it will give you clues as to whether or not you will be hired. Be prepared to answer employment law questions if you are interviewing for a supervisory posting.

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